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Fat Pony shines spotlight on CFS fundraiser

MOUNT Gambier/Berrin band Fat Pony managed to score a supporting act gig at the Woolstore Brewery last Saturday for this year’s Melbourne Firefighter Stair...

Book box to return bigger and better

Hundreds of books were destroyed last week when a popular 'stop and swap' street library made from an old commercial glass door fridge was...

Robe locals speak up for the Obelisk

MANY Robe locals have opposed the District Council of Robe’s plans to let the town’s iconic obelisk fall into the ocean, despite maintenance works...

Penola Players play again

PENOLA Players will hit the stage once again this year putting on its first performance in years. Next year, the long-serving theatre group will...

Penola Saint highlight for heritage tourism

TWO Limestone Coast heritage and tourism businesses have received state government funding. Walk the Limestone Coast alongside the Mary MacKillop Penola Centre shared in...

Home club cheers on hero

As homegrown hero Jessica Stenson prepares for her 2024 Olympic journey, back home in Naracoorte, the Naracoorte Little Athletics Club, where Stenson first started,...

CFS shed break-in

Police are seeking assistance from the public after a Country Fire Service (CFS) shed was broken into last week. Between 5pm on Saturday, July 6,...

Huge weekend worth the effort

THE South East men's zone footballers returned from the Country Championships at Victor Harbor with mixed results. The men failed to make the final playoff...

Purple Thunder erupts

PURPLE Thunder Cheerleading attended its first competition for the 24 season last week at the CheerCon IceBreaker event. The event attracted more than 1,600 athletes from...

Icy morning clears to stunning day

AN extremely cold morning greeted the 16 women at the Millicent Golf Club last week, with the sun eventually shining through for a perfect...

Weather kind to bowlers

A PLEASANT day greeted 27 bowlers at the Millicent Bowls Club last week for the regular 2-4-2 competition. Winners, with a score of 33+16, were...

Magnificent Mia continues to boost the charity jar

CAPE Bridgewater owner Scott Blacksell, together with partner Jude Tait, continue to be generous supporters of what they see as worthwhile causes at Tara...

Roosters run wild

ROBE 77 D KONGORONG 45 ROBE’S A Grade netballers chalked up a solid victory over Kongorong in Round 12 of Mid South East netball on...

19-year-old places first bull in artificial insemination market

At just 19, Holly Anderson might be the youngest Australian cattle breeder to have a bull placed in the artificial insemination system. Empire Banks P...

Keep the fire burning

Many people came out to celebrate the beginning of NAIDOC week in Mount Gambier/ Berrin with a ceremony at Cave Garden/ Thugi before marching...

Regional Development Association prepare for dry years

AS farmers and primary producers battle with one of the driest winters across the South East, the Regional Development Association Limestone Coast (RDALC) prepares...

Bordertown driver fined

A Bordertown man has been fined for a collision in Willunga Hill. At 1.05pm Saturday, July 6, emergency services responded to reports of a...

Watch out for tax scams

As Australian get ready to prepare their tax returns, leading Accounting body CPA Australia are warning people to be extra vigilant. Cyber criminals use...

South West TAFE shortlisted

South West TAFE is in the running for three major Victorian training awards. South West TAFE has been shortlisted as a Victorian Training Award finalist...

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Fat Pony shines spotlight on CFS fundraiser

MOUNT Gambier/Berrin band Fat Pony managed to score a supporting act gig at the Woolstore Brewery last Saturday for this year’s Melbourne Firefighter Stair...